rRadD, 05 May 2023Apple should stop selling their iPhones in the UK. Then let's see what will happen. LolDo you really think the UK would mind? A few people will import iPhones but it will be a big loss for Apple in the end
Oh heee haaaa!!!! Least Samsung batteries are legit ! No throttle
Vegetaholic, 04 May 2023Are you out of your mind? 1.6b is nothing, Apple makes every day money from you just because y... moreno big company in the world cares about the consumer, and yes i also think they should be fined a lot more especially for the entire anti right to repair stuff they have been putting for well... the last 10 years?
Apple should stop selling their iPhones in the UK. Then let's see what will happen. Lol
Kev, 04 May 2023Wow. 1.6 billion pounds of money that could potentially have been allocated to R&D. I d... moreAre you out of your mind? 1.6b is nothing, Apple makes every day money from you just because you use their crappy products, they should be charged 16b instead of 1.6. Apple is a joke and it is not your friend, Apple is there to take your money, they don't care about you or anyone else, only money. And you talking about R&D who gives a fuck about Apple R&D 🤣
mithril2001, 04 May 2023LOL... Or if you made video of 2.5h Yeah .. this is why I don't buy phones without expandable storage.
But they wouldn't dare go after chinese phone manufacture
Free money so why not
PhoneFreak45, 03 May 2023Until you took 2500 photos and filled up the 16GB of storage 😔LOL... Or if you made video of 2.5h
Instead of £1.6b it should be £16b.
Wow. 1.6 billion pounds of money that could potentially have been allocated to R&D.
I don't know about you, but it sounds a lot like this plaintiff is just a wannabe who's exploiting Apple's weakness that they've already fixed. I would like to see this guy get his case thrown out publicly because he's doing nothing new. Apple's already been sued over this, already fixed the problem, and already apologized. I don't know what else you guys (Or this plaintiff) want from Apple, because they've already done everything they could. At this point, it just looks like this guy and his lawyers want money from Apple. Which is pretty pathetic, suing people just for their cash.
db102000, 04 May 2023lawsuit? UK should have honor and just ban the entire iphone sales there, the ones that want i... moreNo ban, just heavily reduce the iPhone sales via government legislation. Limit their market share to 20%. Make it so that at any given point of time, a limit of iphones can be activated on a carrier at the same time.
lawsuit? UK should have honor and just ban the entire iphone sales there, the ones that want it, buy them on the black market
Anonymous, 03 May 2023yikers, lawyers running out of cash to buy their next yacht again. need to get some (hopefully... moreYou have to be more specific on how it was dealt with because it may also have been dealt with unfairly.
Anonymous, 03 May 2023That cheaper battery replacement was a scam to be fair, they offered it for a limited time, kn... morethey let it slide because the us government gets money, its the most valuable company right now and you dont just become one without influencing policy making of your home country and right now its too big for the government to take strict action against.
That cheaper battery replacement was a scam to be fair, they offered it for a limited time, knowing many would not claim just due to lack of hearing about it or being too lazy / not realising there was sufficient issue with their battery for it to be needed. It didn't resolve anything for people already impacted with getting a replacement phone due to the batteries dying or offer any real compensation for their extra cost. Apple are a scam show though and that's why they are obsessed with proprietary hardware they can overcharge for as well as closed off systems like the app store where they charge 30% for your app or service to be on there but then they are on there as well with no fee to themselves. Other companies at a 30% disadvantage to apple news, apple pay, apple music etc. Don't know how any market and competition authorities let that one slide.